An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between April 16th and April 19th.
As anyone who’s been paying any amount of attention to my ramblings for long knows, I occasionally pick up a camera, snap off a few shots, and hope that I’ve got something worth showing off. I’ve finally decided to move forward on a project that’s been rattling around in the back of my head for a while, and I’m going to see if I might actually be able to sell the occasional print.
Back in 1996, this fax came in at the job I was working. We saved it for a month, then were going to throw it away when I decided that it was too gloriously insane to lose. I laminated it for safekeeping, and have had it ever since then. Gotta love the crazy.
Last week sometime, I was brainstorming with ways to personalize the design of my site a bit while still working within my limited artistic and design sensibilities. On a whim, I emailed Shari to see if she might be willing to sketch a version of me that I’d be able to work into the design somehow.
Of the 56 geeks pictured here, I think I can lay claim to having elements of at least seven of them (obviously some are more overt than others)…
When I posted about the discount on tickets to tonight’s performance of _Edward Scissorhands_, I left out one small detail of the ‘_very_ kind offer’ — namely, that Prairie and I were offered (and accepted) tickets to see the show last night!
I’m exploring ImageKind, which gives Flickr members a convenient way to sell prints of their artwork. It looks interesting so far, though I’ve just spent a few minutes poking around while I’m in between classes.
Anyone want a deal on tickets to the touring production of _Edward Scissorhands_, the ‘magical new stage adaption of the classic Tim Burton film’ presented as a ‘musical ‘play without words” (which I must admit, sounds a _lot_ like something called ‘ballet’ to me, but who am I to question these things)?
During one of the summers in Pennsylvania, one of the TA’s was a young man named Tim, who often filled his notebooks with cartoon doodles, many of which centered around the adventures of The Masked Guy.
It was one of the most notorious images on the ‘net when I first got online back in ’91, one passed around in various low-resolution copies, found here and there in various directories of ‘naughty’ images — a black-and-white drawing of many of the classic Disney characters involved in a mass orgy.